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Brandon Juhasz “I Can’t Promise to Try”

If you haven’t had a chance to see the current show, check out Brandon Juhasz’ “I Can’t Promise to Try” this Saturday from 10-5. Today, The Pitch released an article Tracy Abeln wrote on the current show.   An excerpt … Continue reading

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Wolfgang Laib

The German artist Wolfgang Laib has been making work since the 70′s. Originally studying to become a doctor, Laib perceived early on that what he wanted to do was more aligned with art rather than science. In one of his … Continue reading

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Chroma Crush: Anne Truitt

Anne Truitt has always stood out in my mind as having a command over peculiar color. Truitt’s totemic wood sculptures hover on their bases and emit color from the inside out. This is achieved through a laborious process of mixing pigments, … Continue reading

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Abraham McNally

Abe McNally’s work spans from sculpture to site-specific installation to drawing and photography. With such a varied approach to art-making, one sometimes runs a risk of not speaking in a clear unified voice. Ideas can get canceled out by each … Continue reading

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Domestic Bliss; the work of Betsy Timmer

In the not so distant past, women would spend their days knitting, cleaning, sewing, baking…making, yes…but mostly making for the home.  Betsy Timmer‘s work is very aware of its connection to this feminine history – neither as a victim of … Continue reading

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Antoine Lefebvre

Much like the artists in our current show, LIVING ARRANGEMENTS, Antoine Lefebvre reexamines our everyday activities by reconstructing our commonly used materials in new ways.  Sometimes it is accomplished by simply deconstructing something and putting it back together in a new … Continue reading

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Mark Cowardin

Kansas City artist Mark Cowardin’s sculptures speak to a disconnect between man and nature that is exaggerated as technology and invention increase the ability for humans to exist in an increasingly solitary fashion. In addition to self-fabricated elements, Mark uses … Continue reading

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